The hotter Cayman is expected to get around 330hp and a series of weight-saving measures similar to the Boxster Spyder we drove a few months back - it could finally be the spiritual successor to the much-missed 968 Clubsport from the early 90s.
It should hit showrooms in spring 2011, priced at around $65k (£45,000). Word is that the dates and prices involved refer to the US market, however, so take these figures with a pinch of salt.
The hotly anticipated 620hp Porsche 911 GT2 RS - the most powerful Porsche road car ever - is also due in late 2010 or early 2011, around the same time as a 911 Carrera GTS. Unlike the GT2 RS, the GTS will be a mainstream production model. It will get the same 408hp engine as the speedster, as well as the wider body and a Sport Classic-style nose.
According to the poster on the Rennlist forum, when (and if) the 918 Spyder gets approved, prospective buyers will be asked for a $50k non-refundable deposit to secure a build slot.